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They tell you about how to grade a pearl. I've heard this rap many times forgetting instantly, but it's interesting while it's happening.

Every once in a great while an oyster will spit out it's seed and grow a pearl anyway, called seedless pearls, and although very deformed they are the most valuable and here at Cygnet Bay Pearl they've been saving the big ones for many many years to make this one string, about to go on the market for $400,000.
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